Archive for category Shaw

BC Political Candidates – Are they aware of the risks with 5G?

Another Municipal Election is approaching in, just in time too.  Telus, Shaw, Rogers and Bell all want to install 5G wireless beside your home, school and business.   Residents in BC cities have experienced this sudden installation and been questioning why they were not informed.  City councils are often approached by the wireless industry asking […]

WiFi, meters force longtime residents to move

Faye Carmody / The Star  January 8, 2015 12:00 AM Qualicum Beach – The mayor and his councillors should feel extremely proud of themselves. They sold out by allowing OptikTV into Qualicum Beach, they allowed Shaw to monopolize all of the beautiful streets and beaches with Shaw Open, they allowed Smart Meters into the town, […]

Kelowna to be blanketed with Shaw WiFI hotspots

December 10, 2013 – 11:28 AM KELOWNA – An agreement between the City of Kelowna and Shaw Cable means residents and tourists alike can soon surf their mobile devices while tanning at Gyro beach or lounging in City Park. The connections would be free for both Shaw customers as well as non-Shaw customers and would […]

Shaw wi-fi wireless mesh system for Vancouver

Shaw super wi-fi wireless mesh system for Vancouver October 30th 2011 Shaw is in the process of rolling out wi-fi on steroids right through Vancouver and all large urban areas – a fully meshed wireless system from parks to undergrounds – absolutely everything wi-fried – this is without any regulations, no public consultation, behind closed doors […]

Shaw, Cisco to build Wi-Fi super network in major cities

BY GILLIAN SHAW, VANCOUVER SUN SEPTEMBER 15, 2011 Shaw Communications has teamed up with networking giant Cisco to create a super Wi-Fi network that will blanket public areas in Western Canada’s major cities, providing Shaw customers with Internet access for their mobile devices everywhere from Stanley Park to the Calgary Stampede. Work on the network, which […]

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